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, that is still unclear. >> if this is not a wider plot, as janet napolitano seems to be suggesting, why are so many other places around the world stepping up security? >> we have always seen people like to copycat these things. explorel qaeda start to planes and look at experimentation on that after 9/11. a copycat bomber in london -- london has two activities coming up right around the corner, the funeral for lady thatcher and the london marathon. i saw comments from home secretary john read this morning were on the mark, a new way of reviewing arrangements. you gather information from things happening a week ago, two days ago. >> realistically, what can we do in democratic societies to ensure the soft targets are safe? it is remarkable that there has not been an attack a and in the u.s. on a soft target since 9/11. that is extraordinary. >> on the 9/11 commission we were very aware and sensitive about overseas attacks from al qaeda or a domestic group. first, it is trying to make sure the resources are allocated right. secondly, it is to get unity of command and unity of effort. thirdly, it
.b.i. director mueller and secretary of homeland security napolitano. they're mobilizing the appropriate resources to investigate and to respond. i've updated leaders of congress in both parties and we reaffirm that on days like this there are no republicans or democrats. we are americans, united in concern for our fellow citizens. i've also spoken with governor patrick and mayor menino and made it clear that they have every single federal resource necessary to care for the victims and counsel the families. above all, i made clear to them that all americans stand with the people of boston. boston police, firefighters, and first responders as well as the national guard responded heroically and continue to do so as we speak. just a reminder that so many americans serve and sacrifice on our behalf every single day without regard to their own safety in dangerous and difficult circumstances. and we salute all those who assisted in responding so quickly and professionally to this tragedy. we still do not know who did this or why. and people shouldn't jump to conclusions before we have all the
: the secretary of homeland security, janet napolitano, said there's no evidence of a wider plot, but extra security measures will stay in effect for now. that was apparent across the country with a heightened state of vigilance. k-9 teams were out in force at los angeles international airport, a terminal was evacuated at new york's laguardia airport because of a suspicious package. and a plane turned back to the gate at boston's logan international airport because a bag wasn't screened properly. >> brown: this afternoon, the white house confirmed the president will attend a memorial for the victims in boston on thursday. joining us from boston now is david boeri, senior reporter for wbur public radio. david, what if anything can you add to where the investigation stands now? what leads might be being followed? >> we have a 12 acre crime scene here so they're still poring through that scene. there's going to be problems tonight because we're expecting rain and it is windy as well so some of those fragments are moving and blowing out. but they are working this scene as intensively, they say,
progress in the wake of the boston bombings. but at a senate hearing, janet napolitano said people here illegally might come forward for a chance at citizenship, making immigration control more effective. >> the existing bill builds on that and one of the important things, the existing bill does, quite frankly from a law enforcement perspective is bringing all of the people out of the shadows who are currently in the shadows. >> sreenivasan: the brothers who allegedly carried out the boston bombings came to the u.s. from chechnya about ten years ago and received asylum. the murder trial of an abortion provider in philadelphia took a sudden turn today. a state court judge dismissed charges that dr. kermit gosnell murdered three babies during late-term abortions. prosecutors alleged that he killed them after they were born alive. gosnell still faces charges he murdered four other babies, as well as a patient who died after an abortion. in iraq, at least 56 people died after government forces raided a sunni protest camp before dawn. the raid sparked fierce fighting in hawija, about 160 mil
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